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why bother with 3, when u can do it in 2 moves
HOW ? If you're talking about Ng8 - no!. Because black queen will take white queen.
Nice but easy puzzle! Grazie.
Two discovered checks in a row. Love it!
Noticed double check with Nxh6,and Bd4 forcing black K to h7 or h8, 2.Nf7+...Kg8, 3.Qh8#.puzzle work's the same no matter if K move's to h7 or h8.Thank's for Bd4 to force K to move.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's.Could not find mate in two!!!
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easy and good
good, very good
nice set up...
second move kept looking for a n. square....interesting.
Very difficult and very nice puzzle.
This shows the power of the knight.
What a busy little knight! Quite nice though
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